Making sites clean, clear and free from hazards in preparation for future development.
Site clearance is the removal of all accumulated waste from an area to ensure that it is free from any hazards, obstacles or unsightly mess. This service is often employed when a worksite needs to be prepared for future development or when a previous development has demolished.
We clear sites as part of the demolition process however we can also include additional waste clearance services should they be required. Other services include:-
- Tree and root clearance
- Fly tipped waste
- Waste disposal (including hazardous waste and asbestos contaminated waste)
- Levelling and fencing
- Preparations for future building
- Exporting soil and other materials from site
- Importing all needed aggregates
Site clearance is usually undertaken as part of enabling works in preparation for construction. This can be remedial works, treatment or demolition works to take place before the actual construction works can begin.
Site clearance may also involve clearing vegetation and surface soil, and levelling and preparing the ground for the planned construction works. Care is always taken to ensure that the correct approvals in place, particularly for trees which may be protected.
A site waste management plan (SWMP) may be required before site clearance begins. This outlines how waste will be managed efficiently and disposed of legally. It also includes an explaination of how recycling of materials will be maximised. Any contaminated waste or potentially hazardous substances (such as asbestos) will require a professional disposal experts to safely handle them.